Global maritime trade grew at a slower pace in 2018 compared to previous years, attributed to global economic uncertainty, ongoing tariff tensions between the 

When at port, ships keep their auxiliary engines running for electricity, resulting in unnecessary emission of pollutants and over $18bn in fuel waste.[1] Estimates su

Fifty-four percent of all ship accidents in 2018 were due to navigational issues such as collisions with other ships, icebergs, infrastructure, or grounding on the sea

Robotics and autonomous systems represent important opportunities to achieve greater productivity, learn additional skills, create better workplaces and improve the wo

Energy efficiency, reduced carbon print and greater use of renewable energy will be the greatest transition for the maritime industry by 2050.

Approximately 10% of a vessel’s energy costs and emissions are due to fouling on the hull.[1] In the U.S.

Between 2011 and 2018, 92 out of 298 people who fell overboard in EU waters died.[1] Survival chances depend on detection, response method, water temperature, and luck

Due to the imbalances in trade flows, 24% of containers that are being shipped around the world are empty.[1,2] Shipping patterns see containers loaded, for example, w

The unwanted accumulation of biological material on ship hulls, known as fouling, can cause an increase in fuel consumption by up to 40%.[1] In the U.S.